Evolution of Implicit and Explicit Communication in Mobile Robots

@inproceedings{Greeff2010EvolutionOI,
  title={Evolution of Implicit and Explicit Communication in Mobile Robots},
  author={J. D. Greeff and S. Nolfi},
  booktitle={Evolution of Communication and Language in Embodied Agents},
  year={2010}
}
This work investigates the conditions in which a population of embodied agents evolved for the ability to display coordinated/cooperative skills can develop an ability to communicate, whether and to what extent the evolved communication system can complexify during the course of the evolutionary process, and how the characteristics of such communication system varies evolutionarily. The analysis of the obtained results indicates that evolving robots develop a capacity to access/generate… Expand
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